Fueled by growing demand from global networks, indie producers in Mexico are pushing out of the telenovela genre.
The broadcast networks are getting an early start this year on one of the rituals of the fall: Chaos and panic on new shows.
The renewal of "Mad Men" was anything but assured: AMC was paying record license fees of about $1.5 million an episode and averaged only 1 million viewers.
The summer boxoffice broke records, which confounded dire predictions and brought a shot of much-needed adrenalin to Hollywood. Now the big question is whether the declining DVD business can get a…
In two years at the helm of Miramax, Daniel Battsek has displayed at least two qualities that come in handy: polish and pugnacity.
With more than 30 satellite and terrestrial channels operating in Iraq, a far cry from the two that existed under Saddam Hussein's rigid rule, the television industry should by now be celebrating its…
Just as NBC's "The Office" and "30 Rock" are exiting iTunes, another laffer -- CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" -- is finally set to debut on Apple's video download service.
Microsoft will hit the tube in a big way to promote next week's launch of its vidgame "Halo 3."
After years of negotiations between studios and consumer electronics manufacturers, retailers and individuals can now burn studio movies and TV shows onto a DVD.
Feature scribe Alice Wu is teaming with producer Neil Moritz for an hourlong drama project that aims to do for geeks what "Grey's Anatomy" did for doctors.